12:00AM UPDATE: The Severe Thunderstorm Watch was allowed to expire across the Stateline.

See a list below for the most up-to-date warnings issued across the Stateline (UPDATED AT 12:00AM)

As of 11:30PM, all severe warnings for Jo Daviess, Carroll, Whiteside, and Stephenson Counties were cancelled due to radar indicated wind gusts dropping just below severe limits. Strong gusts 50-55 mph remain in place, but below the severe threshold of 60 mph.

A FLASH FLOOD WARNING is in effect for Jo Daviess and Stephenson Counties until 3:00AM. Between 0.5 to 1.5 inches of rain have already fallen in these areas, with another 1 to 3 inches of rain possible.

A FLASH FLOOD WARNING is in effect for Winnebago, Boone, McHenry, and Northeastern DeKalb Counties until 3:00AM. Anywhere between 2 and 5 inches of rain has already fallen, with another 1 to 1.5 inches of rain possible (This warning includes Rockford Metro).

8:30PM UPDATE: We are still monitoring the threat for more severe thunderstorms later this evening with a complex of storms moving across Iowa as of 8:30PM. The Storm Prediction Center has upgraded some of the Southwestern parts of the Stateline to an Enhanced Risk (level 3/5), while the rest of the Stateline remains under a Slight Risk (level 2/5).

10:00PM UPDATE: The complex of storms has been weakening a bit over the last hour or so, and so the higher threat for strong winds remains toward the Southwest portions of the Stateline.

10:40PM UPDATE: The line of storms is now entering the Stateline, with some isolated areas seeing the potential for 60 mph wind gusts.

11:30PM UPDATE: The storms are rapidly weakening across the area, as all storms locally have dropped below severe limits.